Exclusive: Iran still short of nuclear deal's enriched uranium cap -diplomats

VIENNA (Reuters) – Iran is still short of the maximum amount of enriched, the latest data from U.N. nuclear indicators shows, diplomats say.

FILE PHOTO: Vice President Hassan conductor during a meeting with tribal leaders in Kerbala, Iraq, March 12, 2019. REUTERS / Abdullah God Al-Deen

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On Wednesday, the U.N. nuclear watchdog verified that Iran has roughly 200 kg of low-enriched

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The European powers are scrambling to protect the US. sanctions aimed at slashing Iran's vital oil exports to zero.

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The International Atomic Energy Agency, does not have an interest. It was not immediately available for comment on Thursday.

“We've done it on the nuclear issue,” a senior European official. "They are close to the days."

Additional reporting by John Irish in Paris; Editing by Toby Chopra

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